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is critical. it cannot fail. >> cool stuff. great assignment, brian todd, roswell, knonew mexico. nasa steps aside as commercial space flight against under way. we'll go live to florida in 15 minutes for the launch of the spacex rocket. these are live pictures right now. there it is on the pad. we're going to take you there live for a live report. >>> moving on now, filmmaker refuses to give new york city outtakes frohis film. the city has filed a lawsuit to get them. an infamous case back in the limelight. that story is straight ahead. to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. and bp's also committed to america. we support nearly 250,000 jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. our commitment has never been stronger. constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the re
nasa used to do? >> and a large part we certainly are. we certainly are resupplying the international space station and ultimately sending astronauts to the space station. shuttles gone, commercial companies are the real deal now. and this is a big deal tonight if the weather holds up at the kennedy space center. a little bit iffy with clouds and rain showers expected to be in the area for the launch, but right now the space x falcon rocket is sitting on pad 40 at cape canaveral. the dragon spacecraft on top of it at 8:30 p.m. eastern time if all goes well. on its way to a rendezvous with the space station. a lot of people are saying, well, what's the big deal? they did this back in may. yes, they did. space x became the first commercial company to rendezvous bert and return to earth. but this is the real deal, 1,000 pounds of cargo going up. now, at the kennedy space center during a news briefing just the other day, bob cabana, said this is just the beginning. they are looking forward to when the commercial companies will carry humans. >> from a commercial point of view, the commerci
-- and liftoff. >> that right there marking a new era in space flight from cape canaveral florida. nasa has stepped aside to the international space station. and meningitis outbreak has grown by one-third in 24 hours. 91 cases in nine states including seven deaths. 27 cases since yesterday. nearly half of the new cases in michigan. men unskwraoeutious has been linked to contaminated steroid injections. and there's a voluntary recall for all the products from the manufacture. >>> most of the country's voting places are still open right now. the polls will stay open as long as people are waiting in line to vote. hugo chavez has been in charge for 13 years there. >>> now to some very disturbing video from the syrian war. some viewers, particularly children, may want to look away. here it is. we are told this person that you see running is a syrian boy, and that he was hit by sniper fire. cnn cannot independently confirm the video's authenticity. >>> and then an aircraft going down in a suburb. at least 100 people were killed today. >>> an investigation under way tonight at the un
nine rocket. >> that marking a new era. the first commercial flight into space. nasa has assigned spacex to a contract to ship cargo to i.s.s. live report from florida 20 minutes away. >>> the meningitis out break has grown by one-third in just 24 hours. 27 cases since yesterday. nearly half of the new cases in michigan. meningitis has been linked to contaminated steroid injections. the company issued a voluntary recall for all its products. >>> it's half 9:00 at night in venezuela where most of the country's voting places are still open right now. presidential election day and the polls will stay open as long as people are waiting in line to vote. hugo chavez is trying to win another term as president. he's been in charge for 13 years there. >>> now to some very disturbing video from the syrian war. some viewers, particularly children may want to look away. this person that you see run nig is a syrian boy. he was hit by sniper fire in aleppo. another amateur video is said to show a government aircraft going down in a damascus suburb. >>> an investigation under way at the universi
for the international space station. nasa has stepped aside, to ship cargo to the international space station. live report from florida. >>> a meningitis outbreak in the u.s. has grown one-third in just 24 hours. the cdc is confirming 91 cases in 9 states, including 7 deaths. 27 cases since yesterday. nearly half of the new cases in michigan. meningitis has been linked to contaminated steroid injections used to ease back and neck pain. the company that issued the injections have issued a recall for all its products. >>> it's after 9:00 at night in venezuela, where most of the polls are open. polls are open as long as people are waiting in line to vote. hugo chavez is trying to win another term as venezuela's president. >>> and now, to come very disturbing video from the syrian war. some viewers, particularly children, may want to look away. here it is. we're told you see this person running is a syrian boy. and he was hit by sniper fire in aleppo. cnn cannot confirm the video's authenticity. this video shows an air force going down in a suburb. a report says at least 100 people were killed today. >
the judge tomorrow. jerry sandusky, delusional? nasa can no longer send cargo to the international space station on its own burks it did help a private company become the first to try it. the launch of a brand-new and less public chapter in space travel, i wonder how this went? we'll report in a moment. plus drew brees of the new orleans saints led that team to the first win of the season. and he also broke a half century old record. they are ain't no, sir more and drew brees, what a night, is coming up one, two, three, four ♪ ♪ you say ♪ flip it over and replay ♪ we'll make everything okay ♪ walk together the right way ♪ do, do, do, do we were going through so much of the bargain detergent. and the clothes didn't look as good. but since we switched to tide we use much less. an amazing clean for all three of our full-grown dependent bundles of joy. that's mtide, what's yours? >> and lift off. lift off of the x follow can 9 -- falcon 9 rocket. >> shep: with that, space x graduates from test launches to the real deal. it's a private space company that sent out its dragon capsul
a bit. >> reporter: nasa and the u.s. air force will closely monitor his jump to learn more about high altitude limits on the human body. >> and are you a little bit understandably nervous about that? >> oh, yeah, because this is stepping into the unknown. that's why i'm nervous. >> reporter: but baumgartner also says he's confident as he readies to take a plunge unprecedented in human history. mark strassmann, cbs news, ross well, new mexico. >> that is the "cbs evening news" tonight. i'm jeff glor, soar over the bay area on ts busy weekend. how it turned out to be a record breakinge for public transportation. as a family in the east bay searches for answers... they head to the internet to loor 10/7/12 >>> the family in the east bay searches for sears -- answers, they head to the internet. >>> gas prices hit another record. now, the governor is stepping in to ease the pain. cbs 5 eyewitness news is next. ,,,,
florida last night. nasa has a contract for a total of 12 deliveries by the unmanned dragon capsule. not only will it take food, clothes and experiments to the space station, it will also bring back tons of trash and equipment. >>> only one more day until 43- year-old felix bumgardner is scheduled to -- until -- is scheduled to hoist off in this capsule. hopes to -- he hopes to break two words, falling at 17,000 feet and falling the fastest by breaking the sound barrier. >>> the family of a murdered hercules woman is using a website to help find her killers. the vehicle is a sky blue subaru outback with idaho license plates, they would like anyone to call if they have seen where this car went. >>> mervyndymally died. he spent more than a decade in congress where he was chairman of the congressional black caucus. he passed away over the weekend in los angeles. he was 86. >>> in just over 24 hours, the san francisco board of supervisors will decide whether suspended sheriff ross mirkarimi will keep his job. the board is scheduled to vote at 2:00 p.m. tomorrow, nine of the 11 board mem
-cream. this will reach the orbital lab on wednesday. part of a $1.5 billion deal with nasa. ice cream is a test to see if something that will sustain the journey. >> this mt. tam has been a bit windy. we do not have any issues of visibility is just cooked cool and breezy. 46 degrees in napa. chilly for the north bay. and the coastline. it looks like antioch is waking up to 60 degrees. as we take a look at those temperatures for this afternoon of the most part will see sunny skies. temperatures will be cooler compared to what we saw this weekend. cupertino, fremont, 70's. and if it will be a pretty mild day for places like livermore. antioch. 60s for the castro valley. and in hayward. in the north bay, 60s and novado, petaluma. 67 degrees expected in vallejo. some changes to talk about as we go towards tomorrow. this low pressure system is hundreds of miles from the california coastline. it has been stationary but as it approaches our area it looks like we it could make its way towards san francisco. perhaps not as many showers north of the golden gate but there are other areas for the potential to see
the space station wednesday the first of 12 resupply missions for spacex. nasa is relying on private business since the shuttles are all retired. >>> weather permitting, you will be able to see the space station over the bay area tonight nasa website has a section where you can check the time in san francisco tonight look up at 8:31 p.m.. it will appear as a bright star moving slowly across the sky. you can catch it tomorrow night at 7:42. >>> unfavorable weather in new mexico will delay an attempt to set record for extreme skydiving from 120,000 feet above the earth. we last saw the austrian daredevil in july when he used a giant balloon to lift his space pod to the edge of space 96,000 feet high then jumped out free fall lasted nearly four minutes. he released his parachute and finished the 18 mile skydive standing up. tomorrow he hopes to break the sound barrier with jut his body current record is health by his coach retired air force colonel. >> joe suffered frostbite on the way down he was falling so long. they thought he broke he sound the barrier but they revised that. >> i sk
nine engines shortly after lifting off sunday night. nasa says the rocket still was able to make it into space, though it is unclear what caused that engine to fail in the first place. let's talk about it with tom jones, a former nasa astronaut and the author of "planetology." e guess this thing has nine engines, one failed pretty spectacularly. do we know what it was? >> hi, jon. i think no one really knows the cause yet, but they got good data down from the engines. one of the nine had a pressure loss is what spacex is saying, and apparently it blew debris off the side of the product. on the good news side, the other eight engines continued to win, and the dragon capsule got to orbit. so you like a rocket like this that has the robustness, the ability to withstand failure and still make it to orbit. jon: so i guess, in fact, the payload is being delivered to the international space station just as intended. that's all good news, but is this going to slow down this private space venture? >> well, it'll probably slow it down for a couple of months perhaps before the next launch.
to tune in tonight. 9:00 eastern time. >> heather: it could be a new era for nasa. why a planned launch of an unmanned craft just hours from now may hold the key to a brand-new future for the u.s. space program. >> gregg: a case of apparent bullying with a disturbing twisted as a young student faces her teacher's wrath for wearing a romney-ryan shirt to school. >> you can't wear a republican shirt in a democratic school. >> i expect it from students. >> this is philadelphia, birthplace of freedom. we have schools that want to take away her freedom. >> heather: crossing the threshold wasn't enough for these competitive couples. a wife carrying contest, complete with obstacles like widow maker. you have to see it to believe it. for 30 some years at many different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. droid does. and does it launch apps by voice while learning
want to point to the groups such as nasa. even businesses could have taken us to the moon in 1969. we have to continue to look good government and each and every problem that is presented to see if this is something that could be done by individual states or businesses. or just something that inherently, the -- only the government can solve if the people come together. and the government pushes those resources. i often hear people complain about paying taxes. or taxes are too high or are not appropriate. but we appreciate having the roads. we appreciate having the postal service and the schools and the programs like nasa kick back and giving us wonderful technologies that propelled us and made most people's lives much more comfortable than they would have been had this technology not entered their lives. host: right now, is government about the right size do you think? or where were the but the scale on its role and its influence on your life? caller: i think that we have to be careful when we talk about the size of government. there seems to be a misunderstanding about what the size
.6 billion contract with nasa. >>> latino voters are vital to president obama and mitt romney in the upcoming election. we're looking at the issues that will most impact their votes. online outfit piccolo headphones buy now broadway show megapixels place to sleep little roadster war and peace deep sea diving ninja app hipster glasses 5% cash back sign up to get 5% everywhere online through december. only from discover. ...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. >>> the vice presidential candidates meet in kentucky for their first and only debate. biden and ryan couldn't be further apart on the issues, but they both love to debate. i spoke with candy crowley our political correspondent about the race and what to expect. >> the vice presidential debate this week, a couple of your guest this is morning summed up the candidates this way. >> paul is a smart guy. he has committed his life to understanding the problems of our economy, presenting a plan for the american people. so i think that paul is
contract for nasa. >>> saints quarterback drew brees made history, by leading his team to the first win of the season, over the san diego chargers. brees broke hall of famer johnny unitas' 52-year-old record by throwing a touchdown pass in his 48th-straight game. >> i think the amazing thing about a record like this is it spans over the course of really four seasons. and hopefully we can keep it going for a while. >> so, listen to this. brees was able to share the moment with suspended coaches sean payton and mickey loomis, who were allowed to attend that game. and drew brees will be a guest wednesday morning on "starting point." >> that's exciting. those coaches were suspended for the bounty scandal of the saints. they were allowed to watch in record being broken. that was nice for them. >> special permission. >>> 11 minutes past the hour. and today, the voters have spoken. it was a huge test of political power in venezuela. and hugo chavez. we're going live to caracas, coming up. ♪ my life begins today ♪ ♪ fly by night away from here ♪ ♪ change my life again ♪ ♪ fly by n
flights under a contract with nasa. the capsule is carrying 1,000 found of food, experiments and equipment. and this is nice. there's a frozen treat for the three space station residents, chocolate, vanilla swirl ic cream. >>> speaking of space, this is a logical scary. an australian daredevil will try to set a record tomorrow for skydiving from 120,000 feet above the planet. there he is. 43-year-old felix bumgarner will attach to a helium balloon and jump wearing a special pressurized suit and parachute. it will take 5 minutes and reach speeds up to 700 miles per hour. >> nobody can tell me what happens to the human body in freefall when you fly supersonic speeds so even if you have been testing a lot and rehearse the last couple of years we won't know the answer until we do it for real. >> baumgartner's last jump was 96,000 feet so he has been up there before. >> we wish him well. >>> 6:16. let's check the roads. >> it's a holiday. is it kind of messy out there? >> it is a holiday so we were expecting a "holiday light" traffic and so far we actually have seen a couple of different incid
telescopes for nasa. we are on the cutting edge of discovering new black holes, of understanding the basis for dark matter, discovering new planets. >> reporter: whether you're a kindergartener or phd candidate, they hoe you'll find something useful at their website, seriouslyamazing.com. >> those 20 something's, early 30 something's who are living their lives online, that's integrated with the way they live of day. >> reporter: and we hope you'll agree it's -- live every day. >> reporter: and we hope you'll agree it's seriously amazing. >> one of the big attractions at the smithsonian of american history is going away for a short time. dorothy's ruby slippers from the wizard of oz are being loaned out to the albert museum in london. officials there have been negotiating for years to get the slippers. they will be included in their hollywood costume exhibit. they'll be heading to london in the next two weeks. >> we'll take them from here beautifully packed. they will go to london, be installed in the case by us and the case will be sealed. >> the slippers wouldn't be gone long. they'll
from nasa and the u.s. navy will pay tribute to neil armstrong. he loved the navy and the sea, and his ashes were scattered in the atlantic ocean. today's ceremony will be held on the uss hornet at alameda point, we are feeling the pain at the pump with gas pricing soaring. some stations are breaking the $5 a gallon mark. cab drivers to delivery, busy to the commuter, nobody is liking what they pay at the pump. food truck operators say the cost of business goes up another $200 a month just because of the gas price increase. >> we don't want to pass that along to the customers, but at some point we have to. >> every time it goes down, refinery blows up, they jack is back up. it's like this on purpose or something. >> the spikes might be temporary, but if it a while, delivery charges and food prices could start going up for everybody. >>> higher gas prices have driven many people to wait in long lines to fill up tanks and dis-- at discount retailers. this is at a cots co. several stations with lower prices have reported even running out of unleaded fuel because of the demand. many econom
to the space station to resupply astronauts. that's because the shuttles are not around to do it anytime. nasa is paying a company called spacex, $130 million. for each delivery. >>> and a milestone last night in professional football. saints quarterback drew brees surpassed johnny unitas' record last night. broke the record for most consecutive games with a touchdown pass. there it is, 48 and counting. also of note for one of our own, the saints won their first game of the year, 31-24, over the chargers. that is why, between her toes, robin roberts is smiling wide this morning. congratulations to all you who dats, who are gonna beat them saints? amy? >> all right, josh, thanks so much. >>> now to the very latest on the dangerous meningitis outbreak. the number of known cases more than doubles over the weekend. 91 cases in nine states. seven people have died. the and the scare has been linked to steroid injections. the company involved is recalling all of its products. dr. besser is joining us. you were here friday. how serious does this outbreak look now? >> this is very serious. it's more th
it anytime. nasa is paying a company called spacex, $130 million. >>> and a milestone, drew brees sur practicesed johnny unitas' record last night. the most consecutive games for a touchdown pass. there it is, 48 and counting. the saints won the first game of the year over the charger that is why between her toes robin roberts is smiling wide this morning. congratulations to all you who dates who are going to beat those saints. >>> thanks very much. to the very latest on the dangerous meningitis outbreak. in the ub of known cases more than doubling over the weekend. 91 cases in nine states. seven people have died. the and the scare has been linked to the steroid injection. dr. besser is joining us. you were here friday. how serious is this outbreak now? >> this is very serious. it's more than doubled since friday. these were injections that people got for back pain, okay? they were dealing with back pain and now they have to worry about meningitis. the product was 17,000 vials sent to 17 clinics in seven states. this fungus grows very slowly. you could see cases for an entire month. >
how to divvy up some $3 billion in revenue. >>> nasa's curiosity rover is now shovel ready. starting on saturday, the rover will start scooping sand from mars and shake it up for hours to get rid of any residual dirt from our planet. then once it gets the right scoop of sand shaken, not stirred, it will pour it into a mobile lab and start analyzing it to see if there are traces of life. now 7:15 right now. back over to savannah, david and al. >> thank you so much. mr. roker is here. we're playing a little scrabble this morning. >> david gregory just busted us. we're both playing scrabble with each. >> words with friends. >> words with friends. >> this is work time. >>l is beating me 319-299. >> let's show you what's going on. >> wow. >> we've got a strong cold front coming in. ahead of this front. look at these temperatures, anywhere from 5temperatures. five to 20 degrees above normal. temperatures in the 80s. behind it, temperatures falling into the 40s and 30s and almost like blizzard conditions in northern minnesota. wet weather along the front will stretch up into the ohio river
.6 billion contract with nasa. there is also a personal touch on board. chocolate vanilla swirl ice cream for the station's three residents. they'll be look forward to that. >> steve: they better hurry. good morning to you, dana perino. >> hi. >> steve: we haven't talked to you since the big debate debauchle for the president 6789 it's interesting the "new york times" today talks a little bit about how ten minutes before the end of the debate, while it was still going on, they were having a conference call and said, let's throw away our current strategy. from now on, we're going after mitt romney. he is a big fat liar about all sorts of stuff. we want you to watch this clip. robert gibbs from yesterday talking about how not only is mitt romney a liar, but paul ryan is a liar and this is even before the debate. >> a week ago, paul ryan was asked to explain the math of a $4.8 trillion tax cut. you know what he said? i don't have time. governor romney had a masterful, theatrical performance just this past week, but the underpinnings and foundation of that performance were fundamentally disho
. the company launching the rocket is under contract with nasa. let's hope everything goes well. patti ann: a dramatic jump in the number of cases of the rare fungal meningitis. it is an outbreak sweeping the u.s. according to centers for disease control there are 91 cases across nine states. they're linked to contaminated steroid injections commonly used to treat back pain. at least seven people are dead. jonathan serrie is live now in atlanta. hi, jonathan. so how widespread is this? >> reporter: good morning, patti ann. so far the cases reported are in the eastern half of the country. want to show you this map again. the cdc has confirmed 91 cases associated with this meningitis outbreak in these nine states and a total of seven deaths have been reported across four states. those states are michigan, tennessee, maryland and virginia. patti ann? patti ann: what is the source, jonathan, of the outbreak? >> reporter: well this is a very rare form of meningitis. unlike other forms, bacterial and viral, this particular form is not spread from person-to-person. instead federal health official
era for nasa in which private companies will eventually take over the transportation of people and supplies to low earth orbit. this time only cargo was on board. astronauts and private transportation are still several years away. space exploration technologies of hawthorne, california, or space ex-for short, launched the falcon 9 rocket from cape canaveral, florida, at 8:30 onboard a rocket. a capsule called dragon contains 1,000 pounds of food, clothing equipment, science experiments including 23 designed and built by students. the cargo includes a freezer that can store laboratory samples at temperatures as low as 300 degrees below zero. the supplies are scheduled to reach the space station on wednesday. the capsule will remain docked for a few weeks. the a second company, orbital sciences of virginia is preparing a rocket for test flight later this year. exciting future ahead for private space travel. jon: great stuff. julie banderas, thanks. >> reporter: sure. jenna: early voting is underway in ohio right now, a key swing state. already there are issues which may not be de
containing chocolate vanilla swirl ice cream. nasa turned to the private sector to supply the space station since retirement of the space shuttle program last year. >>> and a massive 25 car pileup at talladega sunday, the final lap of nascar, tony stewart was avoiding a takeover attempt when michael waldrop sent him careening into other cars. no one was seriously injured. for matt kenseth, he avoided the carnage unscathed, winning the race. quite a cleanup there on the track. >>> 7:12 now, you're up to date. let's turn it back to savannah, willie, maria. >> thank you. >> we say it every time, it is amazing the safety they have in the cars. you saw that on a highway, you would figure mass casualties. everybody walks away from that, nobody is hurt. >> and they declare a winner. >>> maria larosa in for al. how is it going? >> good, feeling the chill. this air mass taking over a huge amount of real estate. many of us waking up with temperatures in the 20s, 30s, 40s all the way down into central texas. no wonder we have a wide number of frost and freeze advisories that stretch from new england t
challenged nasa to have someone on the moon and the next decade and they were able to accomplish what seems to me looking at it through the historical prism an extraordinary feat. is this harder than that? >> this is not harder than not. that was certainly an extraordinary feat and as a student of that i know that you know there are numerous setbacks along the way and there was concurrent development of the technology that had to work together in synchronous city. it didn't happen without setbacks. we can certainly as americans accomplish anything we could our mind to. we view nextgen as one of the most important infrastructure investments that we need to make as a nation. and as you've heard before, as an element of u.s. technological leadership nationwide. so we take very seriously. we appreciate the support the congress has shown for nextgen. we are starting to see, and it's easier on the inside sometimes to see the progress that is being made in the operationally deploying usable parts of the stock or making a meaningful difference in terms of completing the flights in bad weather and n
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